Andalucia Covid rates are increasing

Latest Covid figures in Spain. image: wikimedia

Andalucia Covid rates are increasing with an active rate of 422 Covid cases, the highest number since September, and five deaths, raising its rate to 34.6 points.

On Friday 5 November, Andalucia recorded a total of 422 cases of Covid infection in 24 hours, the highest figure since September 25 when 425 positive cases were recorded and a figure significantly higher than the 296 cases recorded the previous day, while five deaths were reported, two more than those recorded the previous day.

With regard to the five deaths, three were reported in Malaga and one each in Almeria and Jaen.

The 422 cases of this Friday are counted after 296 on Thursday, 169 on Wednesday, 190 on Tuesday, 274 on Monday (48 hours), 261 on Saturday and 338 last Friday. On this day, Malaga is the most infected with 121 positives, followed by Seville with 69, Huelva with 48, Almeria with 47, Cadiz with 47, Jaen with 38, Granada with 27 and Cordoba with 25.

Andalucia Covid rates in Malaga is the province with the most hospitalised patients with 53 and 12 in ICU, followed by Almeria with 26 and seven in ICU, Seville with 24 and four in ICU, Granada with 22 and four in ICU, Cordoba with 16 and one in ICU, Huelva with 12 and four in ICU, Jaen with nine and one in ICU and Cadiz with seven and two in ICU.

According to data from the Regional Ministry of Health and Families, Andalucia has recorded 809,981 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic – 422 more in 24 hours – and has reached 11,351 deaths – five more. The cumulative number of hospitalised patients has risen by 37 to 57,349. The number of patients who have been admitted to the ICU has risen to 6,274 – four more – and the number of cured patients is 796,296, after the addition of 254 new patients.


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